Brno has finally got its outdoor food festival! During the last years, local gourmets used to go to Prague, this year we all have a chance to try the local one and BEC is recommending you to join us.
Do not miss the unique culinary opportunity to taste food from chefs of the top South-Moravian restaurants for a reasonable price at one place. The venue is an attraction itself – the Špilberk Castle, one of the top historical monuments in Brno.
Špilberk Food festival takes place on May 11-13 (Fri & Sat 12-21, Sun 11-19). The entrance fee is 400 CZK for Saturday & Sunday (incl. 250 CZK for consumption) and 1250 CZK (incl. 750 CZK for consumption) for a special programme on Friday.
The food fest will present Il Mercato – a new Brno restaurant (to be opened by Riccardo Lucque who owns Aromi and La Finestra in Prague) – or several culinary stars – Koishi (the only one Brno restaurant in the nationwide top ten), Noem Arch or Leporelo+. We are here in South Moravia where food can be blended with great regional wines. And there will be a pretty broad range of the best wineries including for example Michlovský, Lahofer, Krist, Gotberg, Šamšula, Hort or Sonberk.
Each restaurant will serve a several-course tasting menu. A visitor can buy either the menu or any particular course. The restaurants will also recommend a wine to each menu. Do not be afraid of unfavourable weather, large marquees should be available.
Brno Expat Centre can offer you two free Sunday tickets. If you are interested, just send us an email or insert your comment below with your full name, nationality and contact (phone/mail) by Sunday, May 6. The winner will be selected by a draw and contacted on Monday.
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